Emma Watson Gives Commuters Advice For $2 A Go At New York's Grand Central Station
She needs a dollar, dollar. A dollar is all she needs.
Having grown up in the public eye, Emma Watson has some serious life experience. But now she's giving back and for the mere price of $2, you too could benefit from a few personalised words of encouragement from Emma.
You see, despite being very busy making films like Beauty & The Beast, Emma took some time out this week to help out commuters at New York's Grand Central Station and offered up life advice for people via a livestreaming link.
Author Derek Blasberg was in on this one and arrived at the train station with a homemade booth advertising Emma's advice. When a customer came up and handed over $2, Emma would appear on the screen to have a chat about life, love and whatever they fancied.
While no one seems to have a clue exactly what this skit was in aid of, Emma is signed up to star in a new film called The Circle, which explores the dark side of the digital age.
Either way, commuters seemed pretty bemused by the whole thing and one bystander noted: “So I just ‘ran’ into Emma Watson at Grand Central giving advice for $2 through an iPad booth … #welcometoNY #keepitweird #emmawatson."
Life is weird sometimes, isn't it?
Why not make it *even* weirder and check out people playing an awkward af game of sex-themed Would You Rather...?